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Robert Cray - Twenty (2005) Music » Blues » Modern electric blues
Robert Cray - Twenty (2005)
Artist: Robert Cray
Album: Twenty

Number of compositions : 11
Total Time : 46:57
Recording Date : 2005
Label : Sanctuary
Format : MP3 (VBR)
File Size : 70.4 MB
Style : Soul-Blues

Five-time Grammy winner (11 nominations)


The Robert Cray Bands album Twenty was released on a week bookended by the May 24 birthday of one of this generations most eloquent protest songwriters, Bob Dylan, and by Memorial Day, May 30. The dates are significant when one considers the subject matter which defines the albums title track, "Twenty."
Stan Getz & Lionel Hampton - Hamp and Getz (1955) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Cool
Stan Getz & Lionel Hampton - Hamp and Getz (1955)
Artists: Stan Getz & Lionel Hampton
Album: Hamp and Getz
Label: Verve
Release: 1991
Studio/Live: Studio
Mono/Stereo: Stereo
Format.Bitrate: MP3/320
Size: 118 MB
Time: 51:37



Stan Getz Lionel Hampton

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Dexter Gordon Quartet - Cheese cake (1964) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Dexter Gordon Quartet - Cheese cake (1964)
Artist: Dexter Gordon
Album: Cheese cake
Year: 1964
Label: SteepleChase
Format: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 81 mb (RS.com)
AMG: 4 stars

Dexter Gordon's long stint at the Club Montmartre in Copenhagen during the summer of 1964 included weekly radio broadcasts. These live performances have been preserved and released by SteepleChase on a series of albums. This particular LP features the great tenor with a rhythm section comprised of Europe's best (pianist Tete Montoliu, bassist Niels Pedersen and drummer Alex Riel) performing Dexter's "Cheese Cake," "Manha De Carnival" and "Second Balcony Jump." Gordon takes long solos that never seem to run out of ideas, making this set a valuable addition to his lengthy discography. -- Allmusic.com
Lightnin' Hopkins - How Many More Years I Got (1962) Music » Blues
Lightnin' Hopkins - How Many More Years I Got (1962)Artist: Lightnin' Hopkins
Album: How Many More Years I Got
Year: 1962
Label: Fantasy
Genre: Electric (Texas) Blues / Juke Joint Blues
Format: MP3 @192kbps
Size: 55mb + 53mb (RS.com)
Time: 74:19

Though he had been performing since the 1920s, Texas bluesman Lightnin' Hopkins was a fresh face to the majority of the young folk audiences of the 1960s. On the verge of drifting into obscurity, the singer had been rediscovered by enthusiast Mack McCormick and promoted to college crowds as a singer/guitarist in the folk-blues mold. What followed was a series of albums cut both solo and with session musicians for a variety of labels. How Many More Years I Got was one of the earliest. The players here are extremely loose, betraying a casual interest in the task at hand. They sound like a group of borrowed session men, but were in fact a small combo familiar both with each other and Hopkins himself. Bassist Donald Cooks, pianist Buster Pickens, drummer "Spider" Kilpatrick, and Hopkins' harp-playing cousin, Billy Bizor, all played on a number of the guitarist's dates during the early '60s. Hopkins was apparently reluctant to do second takes, however, and these recordings show it. The singer leads the group with his relaxed lines and Kilpatrick follows, further defining the tempo with the light, stiff patter of his drums. Bizor occasionally plays the role of catalyst, though his moans, hollers, and vocal/harmonica dialogues do little to increase the interest of his partners. Things pick up slightly during the album's second half, though even then the performances hardly approach the level of Hopkins' solo sides from the period, let alone his best work. - Allmusic.com
Kenny Dorham & Jackie McLean - Inta Somethin' (1961) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Kenny Dorham & Jackie McLean - Inta Somethin' (1961)
Artists: Kenny Dorham & Jackie McLean
Album: Inta Somethin'
Year: 1961
Label: Pacific Jazz
Format: MP3 @320kbps
Size: 82mb (RS.com, w/ 5% WinRar file recovery)
Includes Covers

A fantastic lost set -- some of the most interesting early 60s work by both of the players! The group's co-led by Kenny Dorham and Jackie McLean -- with rhythm backing by Walter Bishop Jr on piano, Leroy Vinnegar on bass, and Art Taylor on drums -- a trans-continental trio of players who really make for a lot of fire in the date! The quintet play a fiercely modernist approach to hardbop -- somewhat like McLean's studio albums from the time, but even a bit more unbridled, thanks to the live setting of the album -- which was recorded at the Jazz Workshop in San Francisco. Titles include "Us", "San Francisco Beat", "Lover Man", and "No Two People".
Chuck Loeb - Balance (1991) Music » Jazz » Fusion » Smooth & Lounge
Chuck Loeb - Balance (1991)Artist: Chuck Loeb
Album: Balance
Label: Digital Music Prod
Year: 1991
Genre: Smooth Jazz
Tracks: 11
Time: appr. 58 min.
Format: mp3, Bitrate: @ CBR 320
Size: 64 MB + 63 MB


This effort by guitarist Chuck Loeb is an easy-listening set full of strong melodies and having just enough variety to hold one's interest throughout the entire CD. Joined by a fine supporting cast which includes keyboardist Jon Werking and Bob Mintzer on tenor and bass clarinet, Loeb displays an attractive guitar sound that at various times recalls Wes Montgomery, Grant Green or Larry Carlton. A particular surprise is that "Eternal Flame," a pop tune associated with the Bangles, is transformed into a sensitive ballad.
Bill Evans - New Jazz Conceptions (1956) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
Bill Evans - New Jazz Conceptions (1956)
Artist: Bill Evans
Album: New Jazz Conceptions
Label: Riverside/OJC
Recording Date: September 18 And 27, 1956
Format: MP3 @ 320kbps
Size: 89mb (RS.com w/ 5% file recovery)
Includes Cover Scans
AMG: 4 star

Bill Evans' debut as a leader found the 27-year-old pianist already sounding much different than the usual Bud Powell-influenced keyboardists of the time. Even in 1956 (more than a year before he joined the Miles Davis Sextet), Evans had his own chord voicings and a lyrical yet swinging style. Three selections (including the original version of his classic "Waltz for Debby") on this CD reissue are taken solo, while the other nine (including his future theme "Five," "Speak Low" and two versions of "No Cover, No Minimum") are performed in a trio with bassist Teddy Kotick and drummer Paul Motian. A strong start to a rather significant career. - Allmusic.com
Orchestra Wives (1942) Music video
Orchestra Wives (1942)
Title: Orchestra Wives (Ƹ )
Director: Archie Mayo
Release Date: 4 September 1942
Genre: Musical
Cast: George Montgomery, Ann Rutherford, The Glenn Miller Orchestra
Composers: Mack Gordon & Harry Warren
Color: Black and White
Language: Russian
Video: AVI, 764 Kbps, 25.0 fps, 512x384 (4:3), DivX 6.8
Audio: 224 Kbps, 48000 Hz, 2 channels AC3
Time: 1.37:04
Size: 687 MB

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Roger Cicero - Beziehungsweise (2007) Swing, Vocal Jazz
Roger Cicero - Beziehungsweise (2007)
Artist: Roger Cicero
Album: Beziehungsweise
Label: Starwatch Music
Year: 2007
Format, bitrate: MP3@192 kbit/s
Time: 0.45:00
Size: 62 MB


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